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Flying with a Versa - am I mad to try?

(7 Posts)
LilyBobtail Sun 31-May-15 09:52:07

Just that really. Flying to America in the summer and need something for DD to use when she has tired legs and for naps when we are out and about - she is three and a half and tall. Considering buying a Recaro Easylife, Babyzen YoYo or Baby Jogger Zip but worried they may be a bit small and would rather not have to buy another pushchair now we won't get much use out of it.

lentilpot Mon 01-Jun-15 11:08:03

Is it the weight you are worried about or damaging it? I think it would be fine to fly with weight wise as you shouldn't have to carry it far folded. In terms of damage I wonder whether it would fit in this IKEA bag (wheels off?) - I've heard the city mini gt does

LilyBobtail Tue 02-Jun-15 23:58:55

I suppose it is the weight and that everyone goes for light travel pushchairs. Just wondered too if anyone had taken a Versa on a plane. The bag looks great, thank you!

Laquila Tue 23-Jun-15 10:40:48

I have a Versa GT but have beer flown with it. We did take it all the way from the Midlands to Germany on a variety of trains though! When we flew away on hols a few months ago we bought a v cheap second-hand City Mini and I'm so glad we did - so much lighter than the Versa and easier to carry and fold one-handed. We have the IKEA Dimpa bag for the BJCM, but I'm not sure the Versa GT would fit in it, TBH.

Laquila Tue 23-Jun-15 10:41:06

Beer flown = never flown!

superbfairywren Tue 23-Jun-15 15:09:16

I'd get a light pushchair second hand if I were you. I have a secondhand graco evo mini (paid 30quid for it) that I intend to use whenever we go away. It's light and cheap enough that it doesn't matter if it gets a bit roughed up on the journey.

SweepTheHalls Sun 05-Jul-15 20:34:09

Mountain buggy Nano? Goes on the plane as hand luggage I believe!

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